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Vacation Rentals & Apartments in Utica

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GRAND BEAR RESORT LUXURY CABIN - 40% OFF!

Utica townhouse

3 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 15

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$375

Magnificent 2BR North Utica Villa w/Forest Views!

Utica villa

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Responds fast! avg. 6 minutes

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$178

Log-Cabin Style Townhome ~5 Min to Illinois River!

Utica villa

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 6 minutes

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$43

Cozy North Utica Townhouse w/ 2 Fireplaces & Yard!

Utica villa

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Responds fast! avg. 6 minutes

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$189

Grand Bear Updated Lux Cabin: Chef kitch,Wi-Fi,Sleep 12 SWIM/HIKE/FISH/BOAT/GOLF

Utica townhouse

3 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 12

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$432

Kishauwau's Starved Rock Area Cabins Utica IL Grandma's Cabin

Utica log cabin

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 14

“A respit you will never forget !” My sister and girlfriends went up for a relaxing weekend to scrapbook, craft and just relax ! It could not have been a better place to do this and it ws so peaceful ! The cabin is comfy and clean ! Even the twels smell wonderful like a spa ! The owners are so kind and helpful and at the same time leave you to your privacy. It had snowed alot that weekend and it was so lovely to watch. Starved rock is minutes away and also a sweet town to walk around in with the most delicious cupcake shop ") It truly was so great and we will be going back and telling all our friends ! A family would be so happy here I can see doing a reunion and renting more cabins too!

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$520

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$185

Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Illini

Utica log cabin

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“Another awesome visit to Kishauwau!” This is our third trip to Kishauwau. They never disappoint. This place is absolutely amazing. It is quiet and tranquil---set back among tall trees, and a nice distance from the other cabins on the property. The owners, Jamie and Theresa are very kind, accommodating and eager to please. They make you feel like family here. With Starved Rock and Matthieson State Parks, plus the wineries, shops and restaurant/bars in nearby Utica, there is always something to do. But really, it is very tempting to just kick back and relax in your cozy, comfortable, and immaculately clean Kishauwau Cabin!

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$220

Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Bridge

Utica log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“Peaceful” Two-nights in a relatively secluded cabin with no internet or cell access allowed for time to slow down. I could solely focus on enjoying each moment. The cabin was amazingly well-kept, well-furnished, and pleasant. It was more comfortable than any box-hotel. I will go back. It was a great chance to regenerate the batteries.

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$156

Cabin Near Starved Rock w/Huge Whirlpool Tub

Utica log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

“Perfect place for treating yourself to a quite and peaceful geta” We had a great time in the Zonta cabin. All cabins are nicely spaced out. The owners are working on a new koi point which is very pretty already. Check in/out took just a minute. Love the fact that there is no cell phone (T-mobile), cable or internet service in the cabins. If you can't live without a phone, the owners offer you to use theirs. Owners are very friendly and nice to talk to. The reason why we choose this place is because we could bring our senior dog with who had a great time laying around and smelling fresh air. The cabins are equipped with everything you need and really offer a lot of space. The owner's dog is a great entertainer and loves to play with kids. It is just a short drive to the next town, Starved Rock or Matthiesen Park. We will be back soon, but probably stay longer next time. It was a great experience and I told all my customers about it already:-) Thank you!

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$184

Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL T.P.

Utica log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

“Terrific, as always!” We love coming to Kishauwau for a quiet get-away! This is our 3rd year staying here...the first two years were just the two of us. This year we decided to bring the kids along to see what this beautiful place has to offer. We will still come back in the Fall to spend time here without the kids! The cabins are always well-kept, clean and quaint!

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$191

Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Dlx WP

Utica log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

“secluded holiday” a wonderful get away weekend. close to state parks that we love. The cabin was beautiful..We will definitely come back in the summer if possible.

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$202

Great rentals within 20 miles that match your search

Baldwin House of Streator, the Hotel Alternative

Streator house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 6 minutes

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$110

Fox River Resort

Sheridan condo

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$145

Starved Rock Country Estate

Peru house

5 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 16

Price per night from

$785

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About Utica

A lovely slow-paced river town, Utica in LaSalle County is the location of an enchanting annual Bald Eagle migration around the turn of the year. It sits at the foothills of the stunning Starved Rock State Park – a fabulous outdoor adventure lover’s playground, full of accessible summer walks and winter trails.

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About Utica

The original village of Utica was established back in 1852, but its residents swiftly relocated nearby after flooding of the Illinois River in the 1830s. Although its name is now North Utica, villagers and visitors alike never bother with the ‘North’ part.

Surrounded by natural beauty, the town is most well-known for its location to Starved Rock Park where, sliced in amongst all the stunning forestry, rushing streams, waterfalls and wildlife, sit 18 canyons of sandstone rock, formed during the Ice Ages.

Another claim to fame of the town is Burgoo—a traditional pioneer stew cooked over a wooden fire for up to 18 hours and which residents celebrate in the form of an annual festival. The original recipe contained venison or squirrel, but today it’s mostly vegetables with a variety of herbs and spices mixed in with cracked wheat.

What to do in Utica

Visit Starved Rock Park to trek along its riverbanks and visit the many waterfalls or hike amongst its 13 miles of marked forest trails. Swim, fish or sail in the river, hire a horse and go riding, or camp out for the whole weekend. The park is named after a tale of local Indians starving there there after being forced to hide from a fellow tribe.

Pop on over to August Hill Winery to sample the home-made wines and accompanying cheese plates.

Learn about Wild Bill Hickok's ties to the region as well the effects of the Civil War on Utica at the LaSalle County Historical Society & Museum. There’s an old school house and blacksmith shop as well as photos of the town’s tragic mining disaster in 1909.

If visiting in October then stay for the Burgoo Festival where you'll meet craftsmen, musicians, foodies and encounter countless flea market stalls.

Top travel tips for Utica

Don’t ask why there’s no game meat in the Burgoo stew any longer – it was banned for environment health reasons. Meanwhile, if you’ve never tried ‘gator' before then for some genuine southern 'gator' burgers or stew, head over to Ron McFarlain's famous Cajun Connection eatery. The chef proprietor grew up in the swamps of Louisiana where 'gator' featured regularly on the menu.

Nearby Buffalo Rock Park is a great camping ground but you'll need a permit to do so beforehand. The campsites can only be reached via food or bike.

If you really want a taste of the great outdoors and to experience life as an early pioneer or Native American, then there's plenty of opportunity to do so in Utica's fabulous nearby state parks. Or even just appreciate the peace and quiet this quaint friendly town has to offer. 

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Top Destination reviews

GRAND BEAR RESORT LUXURY CABIN - 40% OFF!
Weekend Getaway

Over all the cabin was spacious and neat. The cabin had 4 full baths making 12 showers in the morning fast and efficient. BRING A BAKING SHEET! It was the only things we forgot! Great weekend. Easy renter. Fast return of deposit. Would rent again!! … see more
Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Dlx WP
stay

Our weekend in Jack's Cabin was wonderful! The cabin's fireplace added a welcoming touch to our stay. Everything was so clean and fresh and beautiful. We are all ready discussing plans for our next visit. Each of Kishauwau's cabins are equipped with all the modern conveniences and creature comforts that allows one to slow down, relax and unwind. You just have to step outside to enjoy nature by listening to the sounds of wildlife while sitting next to a campfire. This is a place where families can make wonderful memories.see more
Kishauwau's Starved Rock Area Cabins Utica IL Grandma's Cabin
Wonderful Experience

We were in the Jack's Cabin the experience was just lovely. A wonderful escape from the noise of the city. No cell phones no cabin phones no drama from the city, The complete and total get away. I have recommended it to all my family and friends … see more
Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Illini
Peaceful Retreat

The cabin was cozy,comfy and clean. Very peaceful surroundings, a nice getaway from the busy loud big city. We will definitely be returning soon. … see more
Cabin Near Starved Rock w/Huge Whirlpool Tub
AWESOME!

Me and my fiancé came here to get away from the demanding job that he has. The first day he wasn't giving in to the idea of relaxing. By day 2 he was all into" the quite." All I have heard about since we got home is when can we go back? We are hoping on coming back in September. We stayed in the Pines and couldn't have asked for anything better! We are so glad that there is no cable, phones or internet. We only watched 2 movies,but played board games, used the fire pit and LOVED the porch swing.see more
Kishauwau Cabins near Starved Rock Utica IL Bridge
Awesome

The cabin that we stayed in was great. It had all the comforts of home. Me and my husband had a great time while we were there. Staff was very friendly and helpful. … see more

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